Uses of Cycloxan 50mg Tablet

Cycloxan 50mg Tablet is used for the treatment or prevention of the following disease(s):

Cancer (Breast, Blood, Head and Neck, Lung)

Side effects of Cycloxan 50mg Tablet

Precautions while taking Cycloxan 50mg Tablet

Dosage of Cycloxan 50mg Tablet

Overdose of Cycloxan 50mg Tablet

Onset of Action of Cycloxan 50mg Tablet

Duration of Action of Cycloxan 50mg Tablet

Precautions & Warnings


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All substitutes for Cycloxan 50mg Tablet

For information purpose only. Refer to a healthcare professionals before consuming any medicines and/or drugs.


Drug :- Allopurinol, myelosuppressants: May increase myelosuppression. Monitor patient for toxicity.

Amiodarone: May increase risk of pulmonary toxicity. Monitor therapy.

Anticoagulants: May increase anticoagulant effect. Monitor patient for bleeding.

Aspirin, NSAIDs: May increase risk of bleeding. Avoid using together.

Azole antifungals (itraconazole): May increase exposure to cyclophosphamide and its metabolites. Closely monitor patient for cyclophosphamide adverse reactions.

Barbiturates: May enhance cyclophosphamide toxicity. Monitor patient closely.

Carbamazepine: May increase cyclophosphamide level. Monitor patient carefully and adjust cyclophosphamide dosage as needed.

Digoxin: May decrease digoxin level. Monitor level closely.

Live-virus vaccines: May increase vaccine-induced adverse reactions. Don't give together.

Pentostatin: May cause respiratory distress, hypotension, hypothermia, and death. Avoid use together if possible.

Phenytoin: May increase risk of cyclophosphamide toxicity. If coadministration can't be avoided, monitor patient carefully and consider reducing initial dose of cyclophosphamide.

Quinolones: May decrease the antimicrobial effects of quinolones. Monitor patient.

Succinylcholine: May prolong neuromuscular blockade. Avoid using together.

Thiazide diuretics: May prolong antineoplastic-induced leukopenia. Monitor patient closely.

TNF blockers: May increase the incidence of noncutaneous solid malignancies. Use together isn't recommended.

Kunal is a registered pharmacist with RGUHS with over 4 years experience. He is a medicine content contributor at